Too often we allow ourselves to become bogged down by the unnatural things we put on and into our bodies, of the damage it can do and the negative ways they can make us feel. The entire point of attempting improve our imperfections is to feel great, not only with the results but the way a product makes us feel when we use it. We've recently begun testing a number of all natural products and we have to say: The comparison is jaw dropping when compared to other, non-natural products. One of the first things we decided to test were skin lightening creams and supplements, products designed to clear blemishes and dark spots from your face and body. We cannot recommend more strongly that you educate yourself on what we found! Do you think there is benefit in our shared knowledge?
So, the question is, can Nur76 give you the blemish free, natural, even skin that it promises? Or is this “Miracle” cream nothing more than smoke and mirrors?
Nur76 is a popular skin lightening cream based largely out of the United Kingdoms. It sees regular advertisement on popular media such as BBC television and BBC radio, respectively. It consistently reminds potential customers of its all natural compounds and ingredients, claiming that its Hydroquinone free, lowering the risk of side effects and allergic reactions. While boasting itself as the number one skin lightening product on the market, as well as being a “Miracle” cream, its cost is one of the highest to be paid for a skin lightening product. At $163.00 for a single months supply, you may find its your wallet that is becoming lighter and lighter with each use.
The first positive thing to note about Nur76 is its all natural formula. The second thing is its full 90 day money back guarantee. This product also comes with UVA/UVB sunscreens to further protect your skin from damage and new dark spots. Nur76 is a very popular cream overseas, giving us many customer reviews and testimonials to help in making your purchasing decision.
The first and most glaring negative about Nur76 is its price. $163.00 for a single months supply will make it very difficult for anyone on a budget to use this product to its full potential. The second negative would be the fact that you can only get it online, adding to its price with shipping and handling fees. Third its lack of clinical tests to back up its claims. Finally, Nur76 does not list the entirety of its ingredients list on its main webpage, opting instead to give us a story on how it is a “Miracle” product.
The few known ingredients in this product can be found to the right.
The ingredients include Liquorice, Bearberry, Kojic, Kiwi Extract, Vitamin C, and Arbutin.
Our experience with Nur76's all natural formula has left us with many mixed feelings regarding this product and its effectiveness at removing dark spots and uneven complexion. While we can't say enough about its popularity and large amount of customer feedback, that feedback is in itself both positive and negative. One of Nur76's only saving graces is the fact that it offers a full 90 day money back guarantee on every purchase. Unfortunately, that positive aspect offers little in the one of convincing when you take into account the fact that there are no clinical tests to prove the product works. Finally, with a lack of full ingredients list offered to its consumers before purchase, we're unable to recommend this product for use based solely on the fact that you must, must, must know what you're putting into your body before you do so. The fact that it costs $163.00, nearly five times the normal amount for a skin lightening product, doesn't help as well.